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Hi all,

I was searching the forums on a topic like this, but had no luck.

I was interested in putting together a list of processors that show how they compare to each other.

Some may be purely intel fans, and thus, not really understand AMD sockets and processors. This chart may be a quick reference guide and help both the change from intel to amd and vice versa.

Here is an example of what I am trying to do (this might be true):

intel core i7 975 is equal to:
AMD Phenom X4 II 975

Pretty much, I want this chart to say: AMD's equivalent to Intel's (insert processor here) is....
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Intel > AMD

Chart complete. norly
    
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Quote:
Originally Posted by AyeYo View Post
Intel > AMD

Chart complete. norly
haha. i know a lot of people would disagree, when speaking in terms of priceserformance ratio and so-on.
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Depends on what you wonna do realy, and what do you wnat benchmarks or? :S
    
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But that's just the thing, there's so many aspects to compare that I don't think a two axis chart is going to cut it. Then you have to ask, "better at what"? The AMD may be the better choice for games, but the Intel may be the better choice for encoding, etc.

If you can make a chart, more power to you. Maybe try going through anandtech's test bench and comparing CPU's for awhile. I think it'd be a good starting place.
    
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Well AMD offers mere preferments for the price, while Intel has faster processor but cost mere, so generally Intel is better. but when it cums to price AMD better
so AMD better for a budget and low end pc
and Intel is better for non-budget high end pc
not saying that AMD is bad but not as fast as Intel
but when price cums into play AMD is just as good
Edited by 3dfxvoodoo - 3/15/10 at 1:06pm
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well, i know there are a lot of factors that determine speed. however, my point wasn't to make a chart that flatout says intel is faster than AMD or the other way around.

I wanted to make a chart so that people can see where each processor falls on a hierarchy, to an extent. perhaps i can make price a factor, as well. this is going to be an estimate, obviously.
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post #8 of 26
Quote:
Originally Posted by AyeYo View Post
Intel > AMD

Chart complete. norly
That was the other way around 6 years ago, hehe.



But here, http://www.anandtech.com/bench/default.aspx?b=2&c=1
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That was the other way around 6 years ago, hehe.



But here, http://www.anandtech.com/bench/default.aspx?b=2&c=1
wow awesome, thanks for this! +rep
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The intel i5 750 outperforms x4 965 in most cases and atm costs less than the 965..however of course the 750 would lose in cases where it lacks HT. In terms of gaming i'd say the i5 is better for price-performance than the 965 but in cases of video editing etc the 965 would be ahead by a bit but then again if your profession/hobby involves video stuff you'd probably be interested in top performing processors such as the 920/930 or extreme processors.

http://anandtech.com/cpuchipsets/sho...px?i=3763&p=12
some benchmarks on the top processors for ya.
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